Tidy Planet Energy attending RWM 2019
Article posted on 05.09.2019
The annual RWM expo is almost here and we’re looking forward to meeting businesses who are searching for innovative solutions to harness the resource potential of their troublesome waste streams.
The event opens its doors 11-12th September and will see over 500 exhibitors and 22,000 visitors attend. And we’re one of the exhibitors who will be there for the two-day expo and conference – you’ll find us on stand P110, so come and say ‘hi’!
Together, we will be showcasing how Sugimat’s solid waste boilers and combustion monitoring technology – Artificial Vision System (AVS) – can help companies convert hard-to-dispose-of wastes into energy, as well as optimise the process for maximum heat output and fuel efficiency.
You’ll have the chance to see Sugimat’s pioneering AVS on screen, seeing how the tech regulates the boiler environment – including air flow, grate movement and fuel feed – to improve the efficiency of non-homogeneous fuels by up to 10%.
Spotlight on Waste-to-Energy (WtE)
As well as hosting a stand with our industry peers, our MD Simon Webb will also be delivering a seminar all about Tidy Planet Energy’s journey into the complex yet crucial world of WtE.
As well as giving a background to our humble beginnings, Simon will be speaking about the cutting-edge projects we’ve worked on over the years in the EfW sector.
From the delivery of international oil and gas projects, to the design of a plant which processes International Catering Waste (ICW) for DHL at Gatwick Airport, he’ll be talking attendees through the challenges facing the industry and the important role that RDF and SRF solutions will continue to play going forward.
Delegates can discover the innovative work we’ve carried out so far and our future plans to focus on offering regionalised, medium-scale RDF and SRF WtE solutions.
For industry-leading WtE advice for your organic waste streams, please visit Tidy Planet, Sugimat and Glosfume at RWM 2019, on stand P110 next week!
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